The Colors That Have Marked Women's Movements Throughout The Years
Women-centric movements recently have worn colors to honor the past and also have brought in some new ones.LEARN MORE
A record number of women nationwide are getting into politics by running for public office. Here are some of their stories.
Candidates running for national public office often get a majority of the attention compared with those in local races. But as more and more women across the U.S. pursue political careers, those smaller elections are getting harder to overlook.
Illinois is a great case study for this movement: Women are coming together and empowering one another as they run for local and state offices.
The resumption of services on Monday is the first time abortions have been available in the state since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
The governor's spending plan includes $10 million for a reproductive health hotline and $5 million in grants for abortion providers.
The judge ruled the state's decision to prosecute providers who gave out-of-state abortion referrals was a violation of their freedom of speech.
The Israel Defense Forces are moving south and telling civilians to clear out of places it earlier told them were safe.
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will address U.S. senators by video during a classified meeting Tuesday.
Isla McNabb became Mensa's youngest female member at just 2 years old. Here's why her parents got her tested for the organization.